Super clean build! What kind of software packages will be used?
How does the 3900x handle CAD packages? Mine is currently getting shipped but I plan it use it for CATIA/Solidworks?
Btw nice build boss!
Awesome build!! How’s modeling going? I’ll be doing a 3900x build for 3D design (mostly CATIA/Solidworks) and some gaming so I’m eager to know!
I finally ended up buying a 250gb SSD, since I was only on the 250gb NVMe. I’m going to end up getting white cables as a Birthday gift. So I can finally go after cable management. I don’t forsee any major hardware changes coming up anytime soon.
I’m having a hard time getting my ram to run at anywhere near 3000mhz. 2933/2966 don’t want to work either. I think the best I had it at was 2800.
Also I’d really like to get everything dialed in and benchmark it stock, and overclocked.
Much appreciated man! Still have to add a few things but it’s angood base to start out with!
I believe I have all the fans running into the hub, and the hub is controlled by the USB fan. The directions out of the box, and what I found on YouTube (from thermaltake) seemed to be a bit conflicting and confusing. Everything currently works, and reads just fine in the software.
I haven’t ran any benchmarks yet. I’m super swamped with work projects, so I’m still working on dialing everything. I will definitely post up stock and overclocked benchmarks though.
No unfortunately not :/ I'm running an Asus wireless/BT internal card.
Yes, its the thermaltake riing floe 240 and the RGB fans are included!
Yeah dude it is forsure. I’ll have to try and get it to work eventually.
Very clean! Nicely done!
Super clean build man!
It ran pretty smooth for not being an absurdly crazy workstation and obviously much cheaper. I didn't push it too much but I was mostly in CATIA 99% of the time. I'd definitely think a Quadro GPU would be more beneficial for obvious reasons but the GTX 1060 was a cheap compromise that handled gaming as well.
Just fine! I’m not overclocking it at all so no crazy temp spikes. I actually just got rid of it or will be within the week. It’s a solid mild budget build and couldn’t complain. I’m gonna try the 1800x w/ a MSI x370 board + GTX 1080
So here’s a list with most of the stuff that I can think of that I can remember minus the water loop.
Wait, I can’t remember if it was here or on Newegg but I know he priced it out on one of the two. Anyways, he found the fittings that he used (I think it was 15 @ $15 for both radiators, gpu, cpu connections and wherever else), then added his radiators, etc. I’m not sure 100% on his exact water cooler setup but I know he was able to add it up. Again, I’ll have to format everything when I get a chance during break or later after work. So it can be seen more clearly. I have attached pics in the fb link but will add some html support so they will be posted on here directly. I’m doing everything off my phone so I can’t tell if there’s attachment support directly or not.
I’ll go ahead format the parts list to the PCPicker format. I have it on all local forums and Craigslist, fb marketplace etc. I was able to sell my build within a few days but this isn’t getting too much interest and It’s because it only applies to those who just wanna buy something already done and that have $$ laying around.... which is like .5% of people considering the price. Again I’m not butthurt by any means. I’m just trying to help a friend. He priced it out according to the current value driven 100% by adding everything on a cart here.
I’m selling this for a friend. He’s was asking $3600 because it costed him $4500 (roughly the same as if you added it all up in a cart on here). Apparently the custom water loop setup and GPU are valued around 2k at least new that is. Again, listing for a friend.